Adthos adds a multitude of new voices in 200 languages and dialects to its AI audio platform

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Leading AI Audio Platform Adthos has today announced it has teamed up with a number of new voice providers to be able to offer users access to a multitude of new voices, bringing the number available in the platform’s library to 4,600.

In addition to the existing Microsoft voices, Adthos now supports Google, Amazon, ElevenLabs, PlayHT, WellSaid Labs, and Respeecher. These new voices contribute to an already expansive library designed for use in various audio formats, including audio ads.

The library features hundreds of carefully selected and trained AI voices, and over 100 of Adthos’ handpicked top quality AI voices that collectively hold 1000 IMDB credits, including voices from Emmy Award-winning artists. Additionally, voices can be generated and translated into multiple languages, with the new platforms adding support for 200 more languages and dialects.

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Raoul Wedel, CEO of Adthos, says, “Offering high-quality AI and synthetic voice options has always been the key feature of Adthos. Working with all these providers allows our users to benefit from an even greater array of out-of-the-box voices to create engaging audio content. I’m proud to say that we now offer three times as many voices as any of our competitors.”

Users who have previously created their own models with these providers can now seamlessly integrate and use all of Adthos’ AI audio features to enhance their audio content. This interoperability allows for a more streamlined and versatile audio creation process, enabling users to leverage the extensive capabilities of the Adthos platform.

Voices can be previewed on or people can sign up for a free trial through the portal.

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